Your well-being is a priority at Western. Uwill is a tool offering personalized mental health services whenever and wherever you need them—day or night, on holidays or the weekend. Set your preferences and choose a therapist tailored to your specific needs, and immediately set up an appointment that works best for you.

Important information for students

Uwill offers free access to teletherapy that is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week throughout the year to all enrolled WMU students, regardless of their location.

All students have access to 30-minute sessions. After three initial appointments, students can access two additional sessions. WMU mental health staff will then work with students to explore options going forward given the spectrum of support on campus.

In addition to those resources, Uwill offers unlimited 24/7 year-round access to a crisis hotline by calling (833) 646-1526.

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Frequently asked questions

  • What is Uwill?

    Uwill is the leading mental health and wellness solution for colleges and students. Uwill provides free immediate access to teletherapy and mental health crisis support for students.

  • How does it work?

    With Uwill, you have the ability to choose a therapist based on your unique needs and preferences (focus area, gender, language, ethnicity), at a time that fits your schedule (day, night, weekend) and by your preferred appointment type (video, phone, chat, message).

    For students facing a mental health emergency, Uwill offers access to a crisis connection phone number, 833-646-1526, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

  • Who is eligible?

    All Western students have access to Uwill.

  • Is it free?

    Yes, Uwill is available free of charge.

  • How do I get started?

    You can access the Uwill platform online and complete your profile using your Western email address and current location. After completing your profile, you can immediately schedule an appointment with a therapist of your choosing. Many students have their first session within hours of profile completion.

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